Sweet and colorful Carrot and Clementine Juice

As you might have guest I have a juice period 😀 I make juice of whatever fruit or vegetable we have in the fridge and until now they have all turned out to be delicious!! One of the more untraditional juices I have made recently is my green vitamin bomb with kale, pineapple and ginger. It might sounds strange, but I promise that it tastes wonderful and has a pretty grass-green color.
Not all my juice recipes has been documented – yet – as I make it as often as possible and not always has the time to take pictures. Even though I make juice several times each week I still haven’t made no. 1 juice on my to-do juice-list: beet root juice! And the only reason for this is, that I don’t have any latex gloves at the moment and as I use my hands to squeeze the juice they will get all purple for several days to come…

Well, as with all our other recipes I hope that you will enjoy this one and feel free to leave an comment with your thoughts and/or suggestions 🙂


Ingredients (4 cups)

10 large clementines

4 large carrots

2 large apples


Peel the clementines and remove the core from the apple and cut it into smaller cubes. Wash the carrots and cut the top end off before slicing it into smaller pieces. I prefer to keep the skin on carrot as it contains a lot of vitamins, but make sure that you have washed all the dirt off – otherwise I’ll recommend that you peel it.

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Add all the fruit and carrot pieces in a blender and blend at medium speed for 4-5 minutes. Pour the mixture into a tea towel covered bowl and gather the corners of the tea towel. Use both hands to twist the tea towel around and squeeze all the juice out of the mixture. You will end up will approximately a little less than 1 cup of dry fruit/vegetable waste.Carrot and Orange Juice 2_Fotor_CollageServe immediately with a few ice cubes or fridge for while until cold. The freshly squeezed juice can stored in the fridge for up to 48 hours.

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Clementine and Orange Juice – true sunshine

I don’t know about you, but I really need to experience some sunshine very soon! The Danish winter weather has been so wired this season – it has been like a yearlong autumn with rain, storms and grey skies and it is not until recently that we have gotten a bit of snow. Actually some one told me the other day that we have only had 10 hours of sunshine in January… WTF ….!!! No wonder that I miss the sun and all it brings (including the important D-vitamines).
Well, if the sunshine won’t come to me and I don’t have time to vacationing right now, I will have to ‘settle’ with this PERFECT clementine and orange juice. It has a strong and still mild taste of summer and sunshine.


Ingredients (4-5 cups)

8 small clementines

2 large oranges

2 large apples


Peel clementines and oranges. I use a knife, but if you want to get as much out of the fruits as possible you can peel it using you fingers instead. Then remove the core of the apple and chop it.

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Place all the fruit in a blend and blend until smooth – it takes approximately 3-4 minutes at medium speed. Cover a mixing bowl with a tea towel and pour the blended fruits in the bowl. Assemble the towel and squeeze with both hands until all the juice is in the bowl and all you have left is the dry fruit meat. Orange and Clementine Juice 2_Fotor_Collage

Serve the freshly squeezed juice immediately with a few ice cubes or place it in the fridge to cool down before you serve it. I make it just before serving and even though I always store my fruit in the fridge, the end product still needs cooled down so I use ice cubes. Orange and Clementine Juice 9

Bon Appétit!